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THJB AJEtCrUO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 30, 1892.
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TtffSD V ' COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
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dfw5VtHMlin laxative. This drink
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HVPHREYS' MEDICINE CO..
Cor. y.'wua and John Street. New fork.
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liTERIKE EUTRCPHIC !
.. TWE PERU CHEMICAL CO..
I toksm SThEiT. MILWAUKEE, WI
ft UUNDRY SOAP, PURE AHD SANITARY.
Efinera! Ksasehold Use.
Siiiooi Bo.iks Joys and Candy,
Tablets and Stationery.
A ' ne of frt-fh
Clgars and Tobacco
A : on band,
2223 Fourth Ave.
-ji uiuiu ave,
--"h and S,iee,my Regained by using
Jurkiah Kemeilv nnaitivntv nn.
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to i or " ,or fr-uo- A writ-
to ' " ,or e"-uo- A writ.
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aad S'Be itid, but seiid prioe
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cwk co.. t"lr.ua:?? hazzab!k
p.. Children Cry for
The Decorator and Fnrnlaher Describe!
Sonne Clover Contrivances.
A pretty duchi ss table can be made of a
wooden frame, c it in kidney shape, curv
ing in at the center. It should be ample
and low enough to enable tho possessor to
dress ber hair sitting before it, if she de
sires. The f ram a should be padded on top
and covered ami the sides draped with
white, yellow c r pale pink silesia, over
which can be pu- Swiss muslin, mull or any
transparent material, decorated with flow
ing bows of ribbon the color of the silesia
used. A good sired mirror is hung above
it and draped with the sheer material tied
with bunches of ribbons.
Corner cupboards made of two tall up
right pieces of light wood, with triangular
shelves at difTeient intervals, glass doors
shutt ing in t he tj pper half and a pretty cur
tain on a rod below is a simple and inex
pensive substitute for a buffet. Tack nar
row strips of wo xl half an inch from the
sides along the upper shelves and put the
plates and sauci rs stauding within these,
so as to show t he whole surface. Small
gilt hooks are s rcwed firmly into the bot
tom of the shi Ives, a cup hung by the
handle on each hook. Tut the larger pieces
on the lower shelves or nse them for silver.
An old fashioned mahogany combination
bookcase and writing desk, such as nearly
every family ovi ns nnd longs to get rid of,
may be completely transformed by remov
ing the glass do irs from the upper and the
drawers from tlie lower part and substi
tuting therefor soft silk curtains of a dull
bluish tint, which makes the best harmony
with mtihogai y color. These curtains
may be hung ot. brass roils, although slen
der bars of mahogany with square cut ends
are more pleasing, if the drawers are re
moved from the lower part, "-helves may be
easily slipped itito their pluees, ami will be
found valuable for the bestowal of bric-a-brac
and art tn asures.
An odd new I edrootn suit is in shrimp
pink, decorated with quaint Japanese pic
tures. The wa-listaml is furnished with a
couple of silk c irtaitis. A Japanese table,
fitted with shelves a!: er the fashion of a
cabinet, ndilstc the el'.'ect.
With the crize for antique furniture,
candlesticks have en no into vogue and
they are distribute! everywhere in tho
rooms. They arc not ::sed for illumination,
but simply for decor::: ton atrl the pleasing
effect obtained from the light that they
A T'nique I'Sio ograph Stand.
To carry out the original and effective
design for a ph togr.i; !i holder here shown
cut the three interlac ed crescents out of
stout enrdlioard and cover each with plush
A LUCKV UMBRELLA.
rnoTotr.Arn stavd akd tocket.
of different colors, such as green, red and
old gold, sewr in such a way as to leave,
on the outsidi: cdi:c. free spaces in which
to slip photographs.
Add all aroi nd a gold vandyked braid,
wit h tassels frr the lower half moon, which
supports a cir -ular pocket in red damask
and green plush.
The 1'. xpert "Waitress.
Good Housekeeping gives some useful
directions in regard to the correct way of
waiting at luncheon, from which the fol
lowing practical items are selected:
At the foot of the table place a tray for
the beefsteak platter, and lay the gravy
spoon at the r ght of it.
At the heal of the table place a stand
for the cocoi! pitcher, sugar bowl, with
tones, cups, s iut'crs and teaspoons.
If carafes ate aisetl, place one for the use
ople, and a salt cup and
every two persons, unless
of every two pi
pepper box f r
the individua. Halts are preferred.
l'lace a sm ill
person. At 1 1 c
with the slmrik ed
plate, a knif :
siKKn for oy t
iinot her for Apnllinaris, and a glass for
claret. At t iq
with the tines Burned up, a bread and but
ter plate and a
fork, on the s;d
forks and spo i
or at hand i i i
mnv be askc 1
red and white (iepper.
Butter mui t
become soft I n
luncheon plate for cr. h
right lay a luncheon kni.'e,
l anted toward the
for butter, a small soup
rs. a tumbler for v.ater,
left lay a luncheon fork,
l'lace your dl'ssert plates, each with its
board. On the sideboard
have a water pitcher, extra glasses, knives,
Have on the sideboard.
le panlry, everyt hing that
for, as line sugar, vinegar.
sauce, mixed mustard and
nit be served so soon as to
Bread mus Uie freshly cut. -
Glasses mutl be kept filled.
Everything which admits of choice must
lie passed at the left. Everything which
does not admit of choice must be placed at
In cleariiiL the table food must be first
removed, then soiled china, glass, silver
and cutlery, then clean china, glass, silver
and cutlery, then crumbs.
To remove spots of sugar, glue, blood and
albumen f ro n dyed tissues of wool, simply
washing wit Ii water is generally sufficient,
says The Housekeeper, which for varnish,
resins, etc., recommends turpentine, ben
zine, then Map. For spots of grease, soap
water or ammonia. For tallow, alcohol at
95 degs. For vegetable, wine and fruit
stains and red ink, wash with warm soap
water and ammonia. For rust and black
ink, repeatel washings with citric acid, if
the color is 'veil dyed; weak muriatic acid,
if the wool is of the natural color. For
lime, lyes or alkalies, weak nitric acid,
poured drop by drop, and rub with the fin
ger the sp t previously moistened. For
acids, vineg ir, fruit acids or mold, ammo
nia, more or less weak, according to the tis
sue and col jr. For tar nnd wagon grease,
rub with pumice stone, then soap, then let
it stand; wtisb alternately with turpentine
Allow tw ) teaspoonfuls of baking pow
der to one pound of best flower; mix and
rub in qui 3kly two ounces of butter and
tome salt; Kir in half a pint of cold sweet
milk; cut into" fancy shapes, brush over
with a beat m up egg and bake on a floured
tin in a qui :k oven for fifteen minutes. '
If a fellow.
Comin thro the rain.
Meet a maiden
Duty seems quite plain.
"Cross the gutter
Gently put her.
Dryly see her home.
That sweet glances
Toward bim shyly ream.
At the gateway
He will straightway
Make his parting bow
Ask a question
Then record bis vow.
Smiles to borrow
Will return them quirk.
Now they're mated;
Fate was dated
From umbrella trick.
The Editor's Dream. '
An editor sat in his office chair, his
shoes were patched, his clothes thread
bare, and his face looked weary and
worn with care. While sadly thinking
of business debt, old Morpheus slowly
around him crept, and before he knew
it, soundly slept; and sleeping, dreamed
that he was dead, and from trouble and
toil his spirit had fled, and not even a
cowbell tolled for the peaceful rest of
his cowhide sole. And as he wandered
among the shades that smoke and
6corch in lower hades, he shortly ob
served an iron door that creakingly
hung on hinge ajar, but the entrance
was closed with a red hot bar, and Sa
tan himself stood peeping out, waiting
for travelers thereabout, and thus to
the passing editor spoke: "Come in,
my dear, it shall cost you nothing,
and never fear; this is the place
where I cook tho ones who never pay
their subscription sums; for though in
life they may escape, they'll find when
they're dead it's not too late. 1 will
show you tho place where I melt them
thin with red hot chains and scraps of
tin, and also where I comb thtir heads
with broken glass and melted leads,
and if of refreshments they only think,
there's boiling water for them to drink;
the led hot grindstone to grind their
nose, and red hot rings to wear on their
toes; and if they mention they don't like
fire, I'll sew up their months with red
hot wire; and then, dear sir, you'll see
them squirm while I roll them over to
cool and turn." With these last words
the editor woke and thought it all a
practical joke. But still at times so real
did it seem that he cannot believe it was
all a dream, and often he thinks with a
chuckle and grin of the fate of those
who save their tin and never pay the
printer. Bellefontaine (O.) Examiner
STATE KX VA M I M KSiT U. A. It.
And Womajjs Relief Corps, Srmso.
field. Ill , Ai kil 6-8. 1S92.
Tor the above occasion the "Burlington
Boute," C, B. & Q. R. B., will sell
tickets from all points in Illinois at one
fare for the round trip; good going April
5 to 8, inclusive, returning to and includ
ing April 9.
On April G the Ohio & Mississippi R.
R. will run a special train from Beards
town to SpringSeld, connecting with our
train leaviDg Rock Island at 2:55 p. m ,
and which will arrive at Springfield at 10
p. m ; returning, on April 8 a special
train will leave Springfield at 10:15 p.m ,
connecting with our train leaving Beards
town at 32.45 a. m., arriving at Reck
Island at 0:40 a. m.
For further informtion apply to any
agent or address
P S. Eusns. G. P. A.. Chicago.
II. D. Vack D. P. A., Rock Island
For Over Titty Tears
Mrs. Winslows Soothing Syrup has
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. If dis
burbed at night and broken of your res
bj a sick child suffering and crying with
pain of cutting teeth send at once and get
a bottle o? "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immediate!;'
Depend upon it, mothers, thereis no mis
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates tfce stomach and bowtls, cures wind
colic, sof teDS the gums, reduces inflamma
tion and gives tone and energy to the
whole system, "Mrs Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething is pleasant
to the taste and is the prescription of one
of the oldest and best female physicians
and nurses in the United States. Sold by
all druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Srup
Dr. Miles' Nervine not only cures all
nervous diseases, head .cho, blues, ner
vous prostration, sleeplessness, neuralgia,
St. Vitus dance, fits and hysteria, but also
builds np the body. . 'I am pleased to
say that after years of intense suffering
with nervous disease, headache and pros
tration, I tried Dr. Miles' Realorative
Nervine, and in two weeks gaiued eight
pounds in weight. I could not lie down
to sleep, but now sleep perfectly easy,
and am still improving wonderfully.
Cannot ssy enough for the nervine.
Mbs. L. B. Millabd. Dunkirk, N. T."
"One customer used Nervine and giined
fifteen pounds in flesh. Brown & May
burt. Cortland, N. Y." Trial bottles and
elegant book free at Hartz & Bahneea's
Woman's Health and Ufa
depend more on regularity than on any or
all causes combined. An actual or living
death is the result of derangement of
functions which make woman what she
is; immediate relief ia the only safeguard
against wreck and rnin. In all cases of
stoppage, delayed, painful or other irreg
ularities Bradfield's Female Regulator is
the only sure remedy. Sold by Uartz
Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills.
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billionsness, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest I 50 doses 25
cents. Samples free at Hartz 3s Oabn
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Hood's SarsapariUa Rescued Thrlr
Child from Scrofula.
For Scrofula, Salt Rheum, and all
other foul humors in the blood of
children or adults, Hood's SarsapariUa
is an unequalled remedy. Read this:
"We are so thankful to Hood's Sarsapa
riUa for what it did for our little girl that we
make this statement for the benefit of other
anxious parents and
Our plrl was a beautiful baby, fair and plump
and healthy. Hut when she wa two yearn
old, sores broke out behind her ears and
spread rapidly over her head and forehead
down to her eyes, and into her neck. We
consulted one of the best physicians in Brook
lyn, but nothing did her any good. The doc
tors said it was earned by a scrofula humor
In the blood. Her head became
One Complete Sore
offensive to the smell and dreadful to look at.
Her general health waned and she would lay
In a large chair all day without any life or en
ergy. The sores caused great itching and
burning, so that at times we had to restrain
her hands to prevent scratching. For 3 years
She Suffered Fearfully
with this terrible humor. Being urped to try
Hood's s u sapai illa we did so. We soon
noticed that she had more life and appetite.
The medicine seemed to drive out more of
the humor for a short time, but It soon began to
subside, the itching nnd burning erased,
and in a few months her head became entirely
clear of the sore. She is now perfectly well,
has no evidence of the humor, and her skin is
clear and healthy. She seems like an en
tirely ditlerent child, in health and general
appearance, from hat she as before taking
I. W. Fhfm :nt. k. 311 (ileimii.re Ave., East
ev York. Krooklyn, N. Y.
Is an initiation of what Hood's SarsapariUa
is doing for the sick and suffering everyday,
from Maine to California. In the light of
these facts who can say that the work of an
immense concern like ours is not beneficent?
HOOD'S PlLL8 cre liver ills, constipation,
hliiouduess. jiiuudicc. sick headache, indigestion.
Of New York, the well known mi l succcg ful
Specialist in Chronic diseases ana di.-eane? of
the Kyc and Eur, by request af many
friends and pat ient;. has decided lo
Rock Island, Wednesday, April 13th,
Consu'tation and cxaminttiun free-ami confi
dential at h's pirlors at ths UAKPKU HOUsK
from 19a. m. to 10 p. ni. One diyot.lv.
DR. 0. 0. FRUTH.
Lntt Surrjfon tn !r,e Proriilsnt Mfl,ca Dis
piiifnry of X"t York, iK.tr I'rmii'ent of 'tie
Fnith XlKlieal lt'i'ult: ychatttrtd.)
Ably assisted by :i full corps of competent ex
pert specialists whose experience in the largest
hospitals in the world enables them to treat all
Chronic, rrvu., Skin nnd Klonit
diseases up the l:Uet scientilic principles.
Thy part 11 - l iny invite all whose cases have
been iiejrlcclcil. badly treated or pronounced
incurable to test their expert treatment that
has never failed in thousands of cases that had
been pronounced bejoml hope. Patients who
arc doing well under ear of their own physi
cians need not call on us as our province Is to
treat those who cannot find relief otherwise.
Dinra.rii of Wnmrii Leueliorrlura,
Vteruie lnsplaceinents. iiinstination. Ister
llity. Female Weakness and all diseases pecu
liar to females positively cured by Pulsatilla
Ir. I mill has attained the most wonder
ful success in the treatment of cases to w hich
he devotes special attention and after vears ot
experience, has perfected the most infallable
method of curing Organic Weakness. Nervous
Jiebility, Premature Iecliiu; of the Wanly
Power. Involuntary Vital Losses, Impaired
Memory. Mental Anxiety. Absence of Will
Power. Melancholy. Weak Pack and Kindred
Affections If consulted before Idiocv. Insanity,
Falling Fit or Total Impoteucv results from
Youthful Krrora. the awful effects of
which blights the most radieut hopes, unfitting
patient for business, study, society or marriage,
annually sweeping to an untimely grave thous
ands of young meu of exalted talent and brill
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never-failing hospital treatment.
Free Examination, of the I'riue,
chemical and microscopical, in all cases of
Kidney Diseases, Briirhfs Disease, Diabetes
and Spermatorrbw. liring specimen.
Wonderful Cures perfected in old cases
which have been neglected or unskilltully
treated. No experiments or failure. We un
dertake no incurable cases, but cure thousands
given up to die.
Remember the 'date and come early as bis
rooms are always crowded.
tST'ases and correspondence confidential,
and treatment sent by express with full direc
tions for use, but personal consultation pre
ferred. Dlf. I. U. IHITII.
3532 Lak Ave., Clilengo.
Dr. Renisop's Reliable Remedy. Ksmous every
where among the ladies as safe, prompt and
effectual. The original aomm'n lalvalion. Price
(1 sent direct, vealed: information free. Address
l ton Medical Co.. Boston, Mass.
VnrspAPr.m Adtettwo Btjbkau 00 Spruce
t treet). where ndver-
t tinf xmti-st (nay
YTUSI fV JUaa,U S I" v-1- VI
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wagon Co,,
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and complete line sf Platform and other Spring Wagons, eppeciany adapted to the
WetJtern trade, of superior workmanship and finish. Illustrated Price List free oa
application. Bee the MOLIN'B WAGON before purchasing.
WE ARE ALWAYS IN IT WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery wagons always on the road. Parties desirous of
having them stop at their residences, will please notify the
same at our premises.
MTJNROE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.
For CHOICE MEATS Go to
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone Ne. 1103. 1700 Third Ave.
INCORPORATED UNDER THE STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings' Bank,
ROOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally from a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cant Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
I. P. REYNOLDS. Pre.. F C. DBNKMANH. Tice-Pres. J. U. BUFORD, Csshl.r.
P. U Mitchell. B P. Reynolds, P. C. Dcnkmarm. John Crnbangh. H. P. Hull.
PhU Mitchell, L. Simon, B. W. Horn, J. M. Baford.
i acksoh A Hcbst, Solicitors.
t-Bcgan bn sines? July 8, ISM, acd occur y the fonthcast corner of Mitchell 4 Lynde's new
ra. A Mini
J. T. DIXOJNT
And Dealer in iWens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
avenport Business College,
( (2 3 D II I IN ALT i DEPARTMENTS.
FOR CATALOGUES ADDRESS
J. C. DUNCAN, Davenport, la
GEORGE SCI1AFER, Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenue, Corner of Sixteenth Stree - Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Free Lnoch Every Day
Sandwiches Famished n Short Notlfls
Proprietor of the Brady Street
I Ad kinds of Cat Flowers constantly on band.
.Green Houses ' Flower Store
te One block north of Central Park, the largest In Ia. 80a Brady Street, DsTcnport,Iow.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
6enta' Fin Shoe a specialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly .
A share of yonr patronage respectfully solicited.
1018 Second Ayenue, Botk Itlind, EL